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How to Keep Your Tires In Good Condition: A Comprehensive Guide

by | Aug 23, 2022 | Tire inspections, Tire Pressure, Tire rotations, Tires | 0 comments

tire pressure

Tire pressure should be inspected on a regular basis. Tires are one of the most important items in your car. In this guide, we’re going to teach you how to keep your tire in good condition so you can get the most out of your trip.

How to Keep Them In Good Condition

The benefits of keeping your tires in good condition include:

– Reduced wear and tear on each one

– Better performance on the road

– Reduced maintenance costs

Tire Pressure

To keep them in good condition, follow these simple steps. Check the tire pressure often and adjust as needed. You should check both the air pressure and inflation level on your vehicle’s tire according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Keep your vehicle clean and free of debris that could accumulate on the tire sidewalls over time. Debris can cause nail holes in the sidewall, which can lead to punctures, leaks, and other problems with your tire.

Tips for Successfully Keeping Your Tires in Good Condition.

Remember to check the tread wear on the tires as well. This can be easily done using just a penny. Place the penny upside down in the groove of the tire. If you can see the top of Lincoln’s head, then the tires should be replaced. Make sure to do this to all four tires. Remember to check the spare tire too. The spare is important because you will need to use it in the case of a flat tire. If the tread is wearing unevenly on the tires, make sure to bring the vehicle in. We can see if a tire rotation or alignment may be needed for the vehicle.


Having the tires rotated can help increase their life. Rotating the tires will help them to wear evenly. If you notice the vehicle is rough to ride in, it could be caused from the tires. Schedule an appointment and we can inspect the vehicle and tires for you.